I visited the "Nervous Women" exhibition, which is a temporary exhibition on until the 26th of may 2013. It is an exhibition about "mania, melancholia, weak nerves, theatrical tics, passionate love, self-mutilation, boredom, rebellion and self-starvation" The exhibition was in Flemish, Dutch and English. It was a really well put together and very interesting and sometimes disturbing exhibition. I was really creeped out, especially put together with the vibe of the mental institution. The snow made the grounds eerily quiet. I have a weak stomach so I decided against seeing the permanent display, as the exhibition was enough for me for one visit. Definitely worth a visit for a different museum experience.
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